Caravan camping as well as cabins near Maitland with electricity hookup and water hookup

Camp amid the vines of the Hunter Valley in Maitland.

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3 top cabins sites near Maitland with electricity hookup and water hookup

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Dungog Showground Camping

18 sites · RVs, Tents4 acres · Dungog, NSW
Dungog Shire is in the Hunter Region of NSW and is renowned for its forests, mountains and picturesque river villages. Go for a scenic drive through historical villages, you will find beautiful picnic areas or take a walk in the World Heritage listed Barrington Tops National Park. Dungog is bordered in the north by the Barrington Tops plateau, which is part of the Great Dividing Range. The Shire consists predominantly of very rugged to hilly country which becomes less rugged from north to south.
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Mistinthegumtrees BUDGET 2 GLAMPING

10 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents106 acres · Cooranbong, NSW
Campsites are in our lovely small manicured bush garden setting. It's a level, grass/lawn shaded area. There are 5 x 15 amp powered sites. Suitable for small quiet groups/ families. Not suitable for loud partying. The state forest is a short 10min drive away for bush walking, mountain biking and 4 wheel driving. Beach is 40 min drive away. We are located close to the Central Coast and Newcastle. (In Cooranbong ) Our camp sites have access to three eco toilets and only one shared shower, rubbish facilities and drinking water. (Campfires) we have 5 fire pits on some of our sites , fires are permitted during the winter months. We also have 2 x 4 star cabins which sleep 15 between them, they are listed separately on Hipcamp. However the guests from both the camp sites and the cabins have shared access to the pool and facilities. Which includes a large under cover patio area. FRIENDLY PETS welcome. Small kitchen with microwave dishwasher and cook top and fridge may be used . Please just clean up any mess you make. For the next guest All cleaning products under sink. WE HAVE 2 DOGS that are people friendly., who love to meet new fury friends , they do have the run of our property . As our property has a lot of maintenance lawns /gardens ; we may use mowers blowers etc , we will possibly maintain between 10 am to 2 pm If needed.
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Dael's Mill - Horse Holidays

3 sites · Lodging50 acres · Martinsville, NSW
Dael's Mill is a charming 2 bedroom cabin with a rich history, dating back to the 1800s. Set upon a breathtaking 50-acre retreat nestled a the foothills of the Watagan Mountains, midway between Sydney and Newcastle. Dael's Mill offers a uniquely horse-friendly escape where guests have the option to bring their beloved ponies for midweek or weekend stays, or enjoy an intimate escape in the mountains, to slow down, recharge, and reconnect. The cabin accommodates 4-6 guests and is equipped with self-contained amenities including: - King or single beds with luxurious Bed Threads linen and towels - Pull out double sofa - Air conditioning - Cedar, wood fired hot tub - Bathroom - Fridge - Kitchenette (microwave, toaster, electric fry pan, tea and coffee facilities) - BBQ - Internal fireplace and outdoor fire pit - TV with Chromecast Horse accommodation: (Maximum 4 horses per booking - 2 paddocks shared between 4 horses). Please let us know if you would like us to feed your horses. They have dedicated adjoining paddocks so you can look out your window and greet your four legged friend. Activities: Guests can unwind in an outdoor hot tub or take a refreshing dip in the property's dam and lagoons, adorned with lillies. The site grants easy access to vast trail networks in the Watagan State Forest, ideal for adventurous souls seeking extensive riding opportunities, either by horse, motor bike, mountain bike or 4WD. Or, you can try your luck fishing in the dam for some silver perch! Property features: For those seeking a more relaxed riding (or hiking) experience, the property boasts kilometers of purpose-built trails that don't require opening gates, catering to groups or individuals, providing spaces for bush bashing, hill climbs and canters. Guests can explore beautiful pockets of the property featuring our spring-fed dam, lagoons, and stunning Blarney Creek, meandering through the landscape. Spot the local wallabies, wombats, echidnas, water dragons, and so much more. Local attractions: Watagan enjoys proximity to takeaway shops, cafes, boutiques and restaurants just 10-15 minutes away, while the award-winning 8 @ Trinity is a mere 20-minute drive, offering a diverse range of culinary experiences. - Beaches within 35 minutes - Wineries within 45 minutes - Lookouts and state forest picnic areas at your door step Tyson & I are excited to welcome you to our little slice of paradise.
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Caravan camping as well as cabins near Maitland with electricity hookup and water hookup guide

Overview

The inland NSW city of Maitland is a main hub in the Hunter Valley, a region known for its agriculture and wine. Here, campers will find themselves near the NSW endpoint of the New England Highway, which runs up into Queensland as part of the inland route between Brisbane and Sydney. This makes Maitland a convenient camping location for cross-border road trips, whether you’re in an RV or tent camping. Maitland features a few well-equipped holiday parks in town with both powered and unpowered sites, but many more camping opportunities can be found nearby and throughout the wider Hunter Valley.

Where to go

Hunter Valley

Maitland sits within the Hunter Valley, which is home to some 150 wineries—perfect for wine-loving campers. While Maitland is the largest town in the valley, a number of other towns are also good for camping, including Cessnock, Wollombi, and Pokolbin, all home to an array of campgrounds. There are a few national parks and conservation areas around the Hunter Valley too, including Werakata National Park and Yengo National Park.

Newcastle

About 35 kilometres southeast of Maitland, Newcastle is a good option for campers who would like to be near the coast. The spectacular beaches are Newcastle’s highlight, so it’s no surprise that holiday parks dot the coastline. Here campers can combine city amenities like full hookups, dump stations, and urban access with unbeatable waterfront scenery. Newcastle also offers easy access to Hunter Wetlands National Park, Worimi National Park, and the Sugarloaf State Conservation Area.

Nelson Bay

Northeast of Newcastle and an hour’s drive from Maitland, popular Nelson Bay serves as a starting point for whale and dolphin-watching tours. There are many beachside holiday homes for rent around Nelson Bay, and campers can stay at several well-equipped holiday parks or quiet Hipcamp properties. Some basic beachside campsites also sit in Nelson Bay, most without facilities but with unspoilt access to the white-sand beaches, particularly at Samurai Beach in the Tomaree National Park.

When to go

Maitland’s climate is similar to that in other parts of central New South Wales, with very hot summers, cool winters, and pleasant spring and autumn seasons. Because it’s inland though, it doesn’t benefit from cooling sea breezes. It experiences quite a lot of rain and the large Hunter River that flows through it is prone to flooding, which can happen at any time of year. In general, most campers feel most comfortable camping in Maitland in the warmer months.

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